Henry Keen Biography

Henry Keen




British artist Henry Keen, printmaker, painter, and lithographer, was mostly known for his illustrations of Oscar Wilde’s “Dorian Gray” and Webster’s “The White Devil and the Duchess of Malfi”. Though he was in every sense a fantastic lithographer and his work betrays an educated background, very little is known of his life or career, both short lived: He was born in 1899; he died on June 26th, 1935, of tuberculosis.